Apple has always been on the forefront of quality and design. The lineup of MacBooks might be one of those products that’s 50% there. Users have been reporting issues with the Nvidia graphics chipset. The shoddy soldering job done by the chip supplier has caused some MacBooks to fail when systems get hot. But I’m wondering why these problems aren’t creeping up in PC manufacturer notebooks? Is this a problem for the chipsets designed and shipped for Apple’s products only? How much testing was actually done to ensure quality products were produced. Hopefully this is just a small percentage (bad batch) of MacBooks affected.
Also if you’re upgrading the ram in your MacBook you might want to read this. Going to 4GB of ram might not go as smoothly as you thought.